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NOTE: Limited supply item - only three (3) per customer per order.
|1 scoop - approximately 1.25 mL - delivers:|
|Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids (min)||300 mg|
|Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)(min)||160 mg|
|Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)(min)||105 mg|
Fish oil with vegetable oil, mixed tocopherols, rosemary, and green tea extract as preservatives.
Cats under 6 lbs: 1 scoop every other day.
Cats 6 lbs and over: 1 scoop daily.
Your veterinarian may adjust this level based upon your cat's needs.
Store at room temperature away from extreme heat or excessive light. FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
- It is cheap, with pure Omega 3.
- Improves the overall health and energy of your cat.
- It has a very good taste.
- It is from a very realiable brand.
- No cons at all.
Sliky was close to 5 lbs. over-weight and had an itchy back with hair loss on it. The vet said to give her Welactin Omega so I did. What a difference as her fur is so beautiful, shiny and no more itchy dry skin. Her fur also had grown back in. She's on a diet and has lost about 3 lbs. She is now very active and loving it!
- Great for dry skin
- Leaves the fur shiny and beautiful
He is not 100% in favor of it being on his food. I have tried to break up dosage between feedings (Hills I/D Prescription ) Pate. Sometimes he walks away from it!
I cannot afford to toss the pate! I wrap it up and back to the fridge it goes to be added w/ fresh pate for next time!
I hope that SOMEHOW he gets most of the dosage thru my efforts!!
Frankly, I am getting tired of playing" Foodtime Bingo"!!
The reason for the 4-Star rating is his persnickety nature and no reflection on quality of the product.
I feel that this is a worthy supplement for my cat. Just wished he agreed w/me!!
BTW, he readily accepted Halo's Omega-3 product a few yrs ago!
The problem I had with this however, is that many discounted prices seem to include a close or expired date on the package. While this is an ideal sell by date, it's still a little disconcerting to find that the item you just bought has a date two months past due. (A problem I had with some of the capsule bottles.) Not to mention that with a previous purchase as the date approached my cats stopped being willing to eat food with this in it, which makes me wonder about it's freshness. I'd had it for several months though, so that may have been the problem. Fish oil isn't the most stable food item, even with vitamin E to help out.
Oh, and this has a very strong smell, much more so than the capsules. The cats seemed to like it though, which is the main thing. I just couldn't use it when my roommate was cooking because he complained that the smell was throwing off his ability to sense his own ingredients.
So basically, good product but check the expiration date and if you won't be using it often enough or in enough doses, you might be better off with the capsules which seem to have a longer shelf life.
I originally purchased this product from my vet, but that won't happen again. I found it for about half the price on Entirely Pets and I get it quickly delivered to my house. You can't beat that! I highly recommend both this product and this fantastic company.